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Transcript of Markiplier
Discovered video games as a young child.
Mark's father remarried to a woman named Dee.
She got on his good side by buying him a PlayStation 2.
"You’ve got to connect on a personal level to the people who believe in you."
Mark was in the hospital for a short time, appendix was "about the size of a beach ball."
Has raised over $370,479.14 for various charities.
Including $2,000 to ALS research, $4,000 to Living Beyond Breast Cancer, and $20,000 to the American Cancer Society.
Most of the money was donated from his fans during gaming live streams!
Started small, playing horror games.
Still plays horror games, now has 1,912 videos, over 3,000,000 subscribers, and upwards of 851,141,288 views!
Mark was born on an American military base in Honolulu, Hawaii on June 28, 1989.
His family moved to Cincinnati, Ohio shortly after his birth
Parents divorced after fighting very often.
Started public school after the divorce due to money issues.
After Mark graduated high school his father was diagnosed with advance-stage cancer and he died one year later.
Afterwords he went out and used his tax return to purchase a camera.
Began his Youtube channel, Markiplier shortly after.
Why He's My Hero
He's doing what he loves.
He's super generous.
Just a general nice, funny, and not offensive person.
Had a bunch of bad things happen to him and is still really successful!
"Mark Fischbach." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation. Web. 9 Sept. 2014.
-Mark when asked if he had any advice for aspiring YouTubers.
"Mark Fischbach." Cancer Research Institute. Web. 18 Sept. 2014.